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the east coast this morning. right now the storm has started bearing down on canada. it's about 145 miles southwest of halifax, nova scotia. its close skirt up the eastern sea board was less intense than originally feared. the storm is still kicking up dangerous rip currents, though. kevin is live for us in rockport, massachusetts. it looks pretty as a picture behind you. >> reporter: absolutely, you know. earl, we hardly knew you, thank goodness. because here in rockport, this harbor would be filled with boats and a lot of them have been pulled out of the water. and the good news is this morning that everything planned for rockport and the gloucester area out here in massachusetts is being put back on and all the labor day celebrations are going to be taking place. and they're going to be taking place as many people here breathe a sigh of relief. because this storm did go through here last night. it's gray and there's a little bit of rain coming down, but nothing like had been predicted all week long from this fierce force four hurricane that was going to be coming through here. fortunat
. right now the storm has started bearing down on canada. it's about 145 miles or so southwest of halifax, snow scotia after brushing parts of massachusetts overnight. the storm disrupted vacations this labor day weekend. its close skirt up the eastern seaboard was less intense than feared. the storm is still kicking up dangerous rip currents. we have nbc's kevin tibbles live in rock port, massachusetts. sunshine in the last hour. looks like sunshine how. you're having a good time it looks like. >> reporter: alex, earl we hardly new you. i don't think we got to meet you at all last night. it rained here a little bit, but nothing like the dire predictions that have been taking place all week with this cat 4 storm showing up here. earl turned out to be a bit of a wimp actually. it's a beautiful day in rock port. all the activities planned for the labor day weekend and were put on hold, everything is being put back on. if folks were headed out here and were a little scared of the weather forecast, my advice to you would be to hop into a car right now because it is a gorgeous day here in rock
to college, more with geoffrey canada. updating the breaking news, the carter center said jimmy carter is resting comfortably after developing an upset stomach on the flight to cleveland. he was taken to the hospital for observation and expected to resume his book tour later this week. i jumped the gun. he is 85 for another day and a half. he turns 86 on friday, october 1st. we'll be right back. i didn't miss a premium payment for 10 years. and i'm worried if i lose my job, i won't be able to afford insurance. when i graduated from college, i lost my health insurance. the minute i got sick, i lost my insurance. not anymore. not anymore. not anymore. america's healthcare reforms change lives for the better. to find out how it can help you, visit us at americasfairhealthcare.org it's not just fair, it's the law. bankers are known to be a little bit in love with themselves.. trust me. are we going up? we can get the next one. i'd like to get your advice on hedging - risk... exposure. what makes us different? for 300 years we've chosen to focus on our clients. what a novel idea. ♪ i was
toward the coast of nova scotia in canada. kevin tibbles is live in rock port, massachusetts, where last hour we were seeing maybe little rain and wind when i talked to you. what's the scene like now kevin? >> alex, the sun is out here in rock port. it's going to be a lovely day. as a matter of fact, all the activities for labor day that were canceled here have all been put back on because earl really didn't live up to his reputation. not only crossing further out to sea than here in cape ann, but actually not, not dropping as much rain as people expected or at least they had been prepared to expect when this storm went through. so it's going to be a lovely day here. a lot of the boats have been taken out of the harbor. but i'm assuming that they're going to started going back in today because it's supposed to be a lovely day here. the only thing i really have to add to all this, because i don't have a lot to talk about in terms of damage or anything like that, is that yes, you're absolutely right, this storm is heading towards nova scotia. i'm going to be calling my son after this becau
. the fda says canada dry ging gingerale improperly claims to be enhanced with antioxidants. they also say lipton tea falsely links drinking their tea to lower cholesterol. right now, firefighters are scouring boulder, colorado, where eight people are missing. it seemed the eight missing refused evacuation orders. this is very frightening news. what do we know about this search, miguel? >> it certainly is. we do know authorities are doing what they call welfare checks, trying to go door to door to where they believed these people lived. all eight of these people were holdouts. they belief they hammered, that nailed themselves down and said i refuse to evacuate their home. and that they believe they may still actually be holed up on the hill. i asked fire authorities point blank, do you believe there could be some fatalities. they told us sure, it's possible, but they don't believe there is any fatalities. they just believe they're holdouts that refuse to come down from the mountain and they remain unaccounted for. communications up there are still very sticky and iffy. they believe they're
of daniel or donald. they have an accent over the o. i was born in canada, but we went back to ireland and got green cards and came here. my sister siobahn plays my schizophrenic sister on the show. tavis: it is a family show. >> it was interesting for me because i take acting seriously but do not like to talk about it that way. i do not like to look indulgent. i have my thing i do, but do not prince around and talk about it much. the first time doing things with my sister -- i was so overcome with emotion i could not -- i could not get to scenes. this is kind of a thrilling thing when you are taken by something. it is artifice. you know how the scene starts and ends. when people always say, "i do not know where i went. it is so real," it is real in that it provoked a response when you watched it, but you knew where you were going. it was thrilling because there were moments where we really felt like we were flying, in a way. hopefully, if that resonated with us that way, all you can hope is people feel the same way when they watch it. tavis: apparently, they will. the critics like it.
diverted to canada. still no clailim of responsibity that ihis veriable or credible at this time. yasser arafat has condemned this attack saying it's shocking and appalling. >> of course, we should mention back in february of 1993 was when that bomb went off in the garage of the world trade center, killing six people, injuring 1,000 people. and that, of course, was an unbelievable scene. but compared to this, it seems actually-- >> this is what they intended to do back then. >> -- minor. let's go to bob haeger who has information for us. bob? >> reporter: katie, i was just thinking as you commented there about the various planes involved. the one that we know of so far, because it's confirmed by american airlines, is that that flight 11 which had been scheduled from boston's logan airport to los angeles,that flight 11 was hijacked this morning. and it is presumed that that may thatbeen one of the planes went into one of the towers of the world trade center. there were at least two more planes involved in this because the other tower was hit. and then the pentagon was also there were eyew
to forget our friends up there in canada, they are likely to see a landfalling tropical storm about 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the bottom line is a glancing blow from a storm that once was a beast and now barely a hurricane. >>> a short time ago, officials lifted the evacuation order for dare county, north carolina, it was enough to cause flooding and power outages to thousands of people. considering that earl was a category 4 storm just yesterday, north carolina's governor says it could have been much worse. 12k >> we dodged a bullet, purely and simply, north carolina has dodged a bullet and we are glad that storm is out of our state. happy labor day weekend, it will be for north carolina. >> ron mott joins us from kill devil hills, ron, how is it looking out there. >> reporter: from a category 4 to a category 1. i can see just to our south here that there are some blue skies headed our way, and by about 3:00 or 4:00 eastern time, we're expected to be mostly sunny with temperatures rising rapidly back into the 90s here, it's going to be a great weather weekend for the labor day holiday.
it made an emergency landing in stockhm olm this morning. the flight was en route from canada to pakistan. the man in custody sufficient pakistani origin and has been detained for questioning. police are searching that plane right now. if nothing suspicious is found the passengers will be free to continue their journey on that plane bound for pakistan. >>> let's go to washington. new this morning, president obama is ripping the gop over the newly unveiled pledge to america. house republicans first shared the details of his plan on thursday. this morning, the gop says its pledge to slash taxes and cut spending represents a new way forward that hasn't been tried in washington. but the president isn't impressed with the proposals. >> many were the very same policies that tloed the economic crisis in the first place, which isn't surprising since many of the leaders were among the architects of that failed policy. >> nbc's mike viqueira is live at the white house. good morning to you. so the republicans aren't just defending their plan this morning. they are deciding to go out on the attack, t
in canada. still descend-sized waves on the east coast. a lot of rip currents in florida, volusia county had 30-some rescues over the weekend. the forecast takes it out to sea over the next 24, 36 hours and not effecting more land areas. we get a break from the tropics this week and a break from any bad weather. we had a lot of heavy rain this weekend in south texas. corpus christi almost ten inches of rain. still cloudy and cooler, though. the nation is kind of divided now. high pressure over the great lakes, hot conditions over the southeast. the exception being where we are getting those pesky showers from corpus christi to brownsville. once you're north of there, it's going to be steamy. dallas in the 90s once again. 94 today. kansas city to denver, 90. summer is not letting go quite yet. but it's a cooler fall air mass. if you live in the great lakes, the mid-atlantic or new england, it's going to be a gorgeous fall-like week. temperatures today and tomorrow around 75 in new york. d.c. almost near 80. one of those days where you can get outside, if you can get away with it, take your ex
. because fall and cool air is up in canada. it's bumping up against that really moist, hot air over the middle of the country. that's why we're going to get wet weather especially on this front as it sags through iowa and northern missouri, wisconsin, eventually even into chicago. we'll have to watch out for a chance of strong storms. eastern seaboard, high pressure in control. this is a cooler air. it's once the high moves away, that return flow, that really warms things up. trouble spot today maybe going in and out of the minneapolis airport early this morning. but those storms are already starting to head out. eventually they'll work their way through wisconsin, much of iowa. they shouldn't arrive into chicago until later this afternoon or this evening. so the forecast for your tuesday, nice conditions. new england, cool start. beautiful afternoon. same with d.c. but hot weather from atlanta down through montgomery, shreveport, memphis. these areas had a very hot summer, lynn, and it's going to continue today. i mean, usually, an example, in louisville, three weeks ago we should
by the presence of the secretary of war. the premier of canada, governors and a brilliant array of european diplomats, smerch did not in fact come to in time to take part in the gigantuy gaiga be more exact before he was permitted to get up. meanwhile the greatest minds in the country in solemn assembly had arranged a secret conference of city, state and government officials which smerch was to attend for the purpose of being instructed in the ethics and behavior of heroism. the day the little mechanic was finally able to get up and dress and for the first time in two weeks take a great chew of tobacco, he was permitted to receive the newspaper. smerch did not wait for questions, news guys, he said and the times man winced, news guys can tell the world that i put it over on lindbergh and i made an ass out of the two fogs. the two frogs is a pair of gal land french flyers who only flew halfway around the world. the times man was bold enough at this point to sketch out for smerch the accepted formula in cases of this kind. he explained that there should be no arrogant -- particularly heroes o
. >> indeed. this is a priest at a temple in canada. his beard is 7'9" long. a bit of a guiness world record classic. that gets him into this year's book. >> how about the longest career as an ice cream man. >> you wouldn't know it, would you. this is charlie. he's been an ice cream man for 30 years. he's been driving his truck around new jersey, which is where he hails from. putting smiles on children's faces for all that time. a fair play to him. >> hats off to him, for sure. >> here is one that doesn't make a lot of sense to me. the most kicks to the head. come on. what is that? >> there's a little bit of everything. this is nick. he came up to us at an event last year. he wanted to get into the guiness world record books. i said kick yourself in the head. he did it 77 times tieing the guiness world record. a fair play to him. >> he's got to have strong abs, wow. >> what about the next guy. the longest nose in the world. how long it is? >> this man is from turkey. from the bridge to the tip is 3.46 inches long. yet, again, another of the human body records that are in this year's book. we
and two others in candidate all involve people who received medical care in canada. >>> irish premiere denies being drunk and hung over on the air. ryan cowans voice was hoarse and he was giving vague and incoherent answers during an interview with state tv. >>> penelope cruz's rep confirm she's is 4 1/2 months pregnant. it is the first child for the actress and her husband. the two got married in a hush-hush july ceremony in the bahamas. trust me. trust me. ya i like that. trust me. bankers are known to be a little bit in love with themselves. are we going up? we can get the next one. i'd like to get your advice on hedging - risk... exposure. what makes us different? for 300 years we've chosen to focus on our clients. what a novel idea. ♪ [ mom ] game time is all about the traditions. it's all about the tackles and the touchdowns... and watching my boys do what they do. but for me, it's even more than that. game time is about our time. together. [ female announcer ] get low prices on all your favorites for the game. save money. live better. walmart. >>> a one-armed man survives an a
out of canada moved into that region producing temperatures to produce a dusting of snow in that area. temperatures will climb up to the 60s this weekend. >>> how good does it feel to find a great bargain? according to a new study, it's just like sex apparently. english researchers found that shoppers experienced the same rush of endorphins when they hit a hot sale as they do when they're sexually turned on. 50 volunteers looked at pornographic pictures while scientists monitored their eye movements and brain activity. then clippings of shopping ads about we should note, the institute of promotional marketing conducted the study. >>> coming up, bermuda's bracing for a hurricane as igor swirls right toward that island. we've got a live report from bermuda next. >>> plus august was the worst month in foreclosures ever on record. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set u
, canada, are being pounded by winds. the fda is holding a meeting right now on whether to allow the sale of genetically-engineered salmon. the door could be opened for a variety of other genetically-engineered food. >>> evacuation orders for 1400 homes as a fast-moving wildfire burns just outside of salt lake city. that blaze was sparked yesterday at a firing range. 50 mile-an-hour winds quickly pushed the flames towards homes. residents are being asked not to use cell phones in order to keep lines opened for emergency communication. >>> and the bp oil well is now permanently dead. that final cement plug was sealed this weekend in the gulf. >> you know, hey, one of the great culture discussions over the next 20 years is going to be this idea of genetically engineering lots of things. it starts with food. it's going to be an interesting slippery slope argument that people are going to be talking about for years to come. >>> all right. call it the ultimate defriending. allegations that facebook founder stole the idea for the website is getting new attention today as hollywood takes on the
in these states here, there are also reports of two cases in canada. an unknown number in india as well. we have the commander of disease control and prevention. we say superbug. can you describe what we're talking about in this situation? what is this? >> definitely, richard. i appreciate the opportunity to be with you here. i think it's important to put the problem that's being described currently in some of these articles into perspective. many are about something called the mdm-1. there have been only three cases of this mdm-1 reports in the united states. they were reported back in june of this year. they've been investigated. as far as we're aware there are no additional cases. what we are much more concerned about is a cousin of the mdm known as kpc, which is an organism that is present in health care facilities in the united states. it's been described in more than 30 states. it's something relatively uncommon in most places right now. but it is very resis tentd to antibiotics. it's difficult to treat. aggressive action right now can help control the spread of this organism, this kpc org
is coming down from canada sparking thunderstorms through the great lakes and some of the areas like iowa and northern portions of illinois. down along the texas coast we are getting some wet weather in the pacific northwest as well with the low pressure system and a new storm system lingering there on the pacific northwest coast. another story, it has been hot in dallas this week. and the heat will continue this weekend. this is the last official summer weekend. it will certainly feel like it in florida and through the southeast. let's take a look at the forecast for your saturday. nice and cool in boston with highs in the 60s. a beautiful day from pittsburgh, baltimore, philly and washington, d.c. not bad in new york. partly cloudy and 74. as far as the rest of the country goes, chicago, you'll be damp during the day today and wet weather in san antonio. phoenix, 108 degrees. it has been 106 all week long. into sunday it will be hot in the desert southwest. you notice we are warming um up from d.c. to new york with temperatures in the low 80s. overall, no severe weather is expected this
of montreal which i believe is in canada which studied 500 kids at three points in their lives, 10, 12 and 14. tracking their consumption of alcohol, marijuana and hard drugs like cocaine and fun dip, scientists found the more popular a child and their friends were, the more they consumed. so what does this mean? it means i'm board. but also it explains one researcher, quote, teenagers don't consume to belong to the group. they do it to remain well liked. you know another way to remain well liked without doing drugs? do this. >> air guitar with a wood hose in front of a wood pile. classic. does this mean that cool kids in school -- this is the way i look at it. if are you cool in school you are doing drugs, but you always end up being the drugged out loser who hangs out around afterwards because you didn't study. >> exactly, but you have a built in client base to sell drugs. >> kind of like you have made yourself into a capitalist. >> exactly. but the study that says kids who do drugs are troubled kids or whatever. is it really worth it? are there bullies in school saying, hey, did you hear t
. hi, mr. canada... how are you? i'm doing great, how 'bout you? right here on 119th street. if we could fix this block, then we could fix the next block, then we could fix the next block... we promised parents, if your child stays with us, i guarantee you that child is going to graduate from college. failure is simply not an option. the sixty...the seventy... the eighty... the ninety-seven blocks which ends up being 10,000 children. we start with children from birth, and stay with those children until they graduate. if you really want to have an impact that is large, you will get there going one step at a time. there is no act that is too small to make a difference. no matter what you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate at membersproject.com. >>> let me fipp finish tonight with the question of open service in the military. i think don't ask, don't tell, was destined to be an intermediate solution between those who support open service. the premise is a gay person would agree to a strange comp t compact. onl
, canada, australia take their own measures as the united states has done, to further sanction the iranian government. that is necessary. one would hope russia and china would now play a much more vigorous role in sending a tough message to iran that this kind of behavior is out of bounds, and that further sanctions will be forthcoming if it continues. >> nicholas burns who has been there, done that, negotiating with the iranians and negotiating at the u.n., thank you very much, nick. good to see you. >> thank you. >>> while we're been over here in tehran, there's a primary election going on back home. a lot of fantastic politics. with all the hot races, here is norah o'donnell. norah? >> great reporting there in tehran. here in the u.s. we are watching all the big races as voters head to the polls in seven states in washington, d.c. when the polls close tonight nearly all of the midterm ballots will be set. the big question, how anti-washington, anti establishment will voters use to be this year? this hour, the man whose job it is to keep house democrats in power, democratic congressional
. then the european union came behind, as did japan and south korea, others, canada, and imposed an even more sweeping set of sanctions as did our own congress. so in three layers, the iranian regime finds itself more isolated and under more economic pressure than ever before. we are seeing very tangible signs that they are scrambling for everything from insurance for their shipping to fuel for their aircraft. >> as you know, i was in tehran last week when sarah shourd was released, and now on sunday she came back to the united states. this is what she had to say about shane and josh, the two other american hikers. watch. >> the only thing that enabled me to cross the gulf from prison to freedom alone was the knowledge that shane and josh wanted, with all their hearts, for my suffering to end. my disappointment in not sharing this with shane and josh was crushing, and i stand before you today only one-third free. >> is there any hope at all about these two other americans? because president ahmadinejad says that he doesn't control the judiciary, and we see a lot of evidence that there are divisions wi
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anchorage sent a leaking pipeline from canada to the midwest will remain shut down. as nokia goes after the apple iphone, shares rose on word they're replacing their ceo with a new hire from microsoft. that's it from cnbc, first in business worldwide. now back to "hardball." >> welcome back to "hardball." late thursday night a federal judge in california ruled the military's don't ask, don't tell policy is unconstitutional. the judge said the policy hurts recruitment, and doesn't help military readiness. it's the latest development in a much larger fight to end this 17-year-old policy. we're joined by the group's executive director. art clyde cooper and aubrey --. it seems like the wins keep coming your way. >> that's a good thing. >> tell me about this case and what you were up against. what was the argument this would cause with moral and more conservative members? they want to feel comfortable with gay soldiers alongside them. what happened to that argument in court? >> well, it is an old argument. you have the lower base of the personnel period. the younger soldiers, sailors and mar
else starts walking out too. canada's guys, new zealand, australia, costa rica. the u.n. representatives from 27 countries in europe all pied-pipered out behind the americans while mahmoud ahmadinejad kept talking from the little step stool they presumably put up to the podium. when he started to say how most of the world knows that 9/11 was an inside job by the u.s. government. a lot of times diplomacy is so subtle, international relations turn on whether your guy's dinner at the white house is a state dinner or technically looks like a state dinner. who bows to who and how deeply and what you're wearing when you did it. all these minor subtle point of protocol and flattery. except when it's not. except when people just get up and storm out right in front of you because you are freaking nul nuts and offensive, which is what happened today at the u.n. it was as satisfying as it was blunt. for all the drama today of walking ahmadinejad what got less coverage was something almost as blunt and almost as satisfying but without the dramatic visuals. four years ago our frien
directlya from allen town, pennsylvania to toronto, ontario, canada, when it hit a railroad bridge near syracuse, new york, and then flipped over on its side. the local sheriff's department says the bus was apparently too tall to make it under the low bridge. some of those injured people are apparently in critical conditio as well. crews in colorado believe they have stopped a wildfire near bouldefrom spreading. that fire has destroyemed 169 hos and torched ten square miles of canyons. 1,000 firefighters from 20 states converged to battle this fire. authorities have not determined what sparked it but they think it was human caused. many residents are still waiting for the go ahead to return to their homes. o >>> as we continue our coverage of the 9/11 commemorations we'll take you to shanksville, pennsylvania for the first lady's emotional remarks. we'll also go to afghanistan to see hw u.s. troops are marking this somber anniversary. stay with us. you're watching msnbc saturday. the most powerful half-ton crew in america has a powertrain backed for 100,000 miles. chevy silverado half-t
on the east coast. but in canada, they are cleaning up from the damage the storm winds have left behind and uprooted trees and knocked down power lines leaving more than 200,000 households in the dark. residents spent much of the weekend clear out debris. >>> millions of americans, this labor day is a tough reminder of time spent outside the work force. latest job numbers say more than 15 million americans are jobless and private sector growth may not be enough to keep the democrats in the driver's seat during the midterm. mo was a spokesperson for hillary clinton campaign and joe watkins is a republican strategist and msnbc political analyst. good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> who has got this message on jobs that is going to resonate with the voters? which party is it? go ahead and let's start with you, mo. >> i think democrats. i think the president has put forward a number of initiatives that have led to a slow, put steady, job growth or had heed in the right direction for the first time in nearly a decade. i think it's eight straight months now of job growth. what democr
. canada... how are you? i'm doing great, how 'bout you? right here on 119th street. if we could fix this block, then we could fix the next block, then we could fix the next block... we promised parents, if your child stays with us, i guarantee you that child is going to graduate from college. failure is simply not an option. the sixty...the seventy... the eighty... the ninety-seven blocks which ends up being 10,000 children. we start with children from birth, and stay with those children until they graduate. if you really want to have an impact that is large, you will get there going one step at a time. there is no act that is too small to make a difference. no matter what you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate at membersproject.com. >>> she now says she immediately apologized about her baseless paranoia about headless bodies in the arizona desert. >>> and in serious political discourse, she gears up for the don't ask, don't tell fight on youtube, even referring to herself by her own name, ahead on "countdown
.m. tonight around the cape and it will do a little bit of damage and our friends in canada will probably do some cleanup during the day saturday too. so we have always said kind of a glancing blow, however you want to characterize it. but yesterday we had a category 4 storm, we had to prepare for it. we didn't think it would weaken, but now it's weakened 65-mile-per-hour in a little over 24 hours. you couldn't count on that happening. >> without a major landfall. a category 4 to a category 1 over water. >> it's a lot of dry air, that's mostly the bottom line. but the people and meteorologists studying what happened and why it weakened so quickly. >>> developing right now, everyone, that blowout preventer that failed to stop the gulf of mexico oil leak, that has just been removed from the well. it happened within the last 30 minutes or so ago and to describe this thing, it's about 50 feet tall, it weigh s 300 tons, and it was detached around the well head about 1:30 p.m. eastern time. so about 45 minutes ago. this is very slowly going to be lifted up to the surface and it's not going to mak
. that's not the case when you go up through the eastern seaboard. flood watches through canada and mid-atlantic and boston area won't be too bad with this one. how much rainfall we are expecting with this storm and adding it up as it goes in time here and the possibility of a six to seven inch localized rain event in areas of new jersey and new york city and that would be a big deal as far as the timing goes. starts tonight in d.c., some light rain and the real significant rains early tomorrow morning. the morning commute around d.c., philly and also baltimore will be bad. new york the heavy rain will just be moving in. tomorrow afternoon and evening the heaviest delays and d.c., philly to new york and getting into heaartford and wraps up thursday night into friday morning. it's a weird event. almost like a nor'easter type storm. just a very heavy rain event. a storm we would see in the spring -- >> it's a weird fall. let's just say that. >> i like a quiet fall, but the leaves first. >> doesn't this make that? >> we'll appreciate it later. >> thank you. >>> there are some frightening m
by a lot of people here in canada. it's also possible somebody here in the united states knows something, too. they're asking for any help anybody may give them. somebody may remember something this long after the case, even two years out. thomas? >> who was in her life at this time? she had a boyfriend. she had people that were around her on a day-to-day basis. were they all scratched off the list? >> she did. so far everybody that has emerged as a suspect has been scratched off the list. at least officially by police. she had a boyfriend. she had an ex-boyfriend. the there are people in her family that suspect one or the other. at the moment nothing is pointing to either win of them. it is a true mystery. >> we want to remind you again a dream house mystery on dateline tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. a, and what it lets them do. the thing i love most about zyrtec® is that it allows me to be outside. [ male announcer ] we bet you'll love zyrtec®, too -- or it's free. [ vonetta ] it is countdown to marshmallow time. [ woman laughs ] [ woman ] chopping and peeling can be kinda relaxing at
winds from the carolinas to canada. >>> and they turned out big for obama in '08, so what's going to get younger voters to do it again in 2010? but first, today's trivia question from the al "the alman american politics". what vulnerable democratic incumbent is a former mary kay cosmetics sales woman? >> you love this. >> i love this one. it's obvious. >> did he have the pink cadillac? >> maybe the pink car. the answer and more coming up. d on me -- very hard. it's the one disfigurement that i've had to deal with since i was a teenager. [ alicia ] it's a catastrophe, that i've had to deal with since i was a teenager. ♪ when it's planes in the sky ♪ ♪ for a chain of supply, that's logistics ♪ ♪ when the parts for the line ♪ ♪ come precisely on time ♪ that's logistics ♪ ♪ a continuous link, that is always in sync ♪ ♪ that's logistics ♪ ♪ there will be no more stress ♪ ♪ cause you've called ups, that's logistics ♪ >>> bottom of the hour now. a quick look at what's driving this very wet thursday. >> well, you gave it away. we are following major storms soaki
this guy. i'm thinking he's trying to get to canada. >> could have been. dealing with these guys, what happens when somebody goenz the run, many times they go back to an area they're comfortable, they know their way around, they know the ins and out of a city, perhaps they have a support group, family, friends. they go back to where they feel safe, even if they're a suspect in this terrible crime, which appears to be the murder of this young woman. as you suggest, this guy was convicted of a rape when he was 20 years old. he's now about 34. but he has other crimes in his recent history, drugs, weapons, burglaries. so this is really, you know, potentially a bad guy. now how this young woman, the daughter of a police chief, got hooked up with him, we don't know. we don't know whether this was just a chance meeting or relationship, but one thing we do know, that you can take anybody's name and go to a national sex offender registry. you can get through it through our website, livesecure.org, or any other way on the internet. you can punch in somebody's name and you can find out who they a
, canada, japan. is this the result of people taking antibiotics when we don't know need them and then our bodies, when we finally do need them have somehow built up a defense against the drugs meant to help us? >> well, this particular bug has developed such a resistance because of, basically, frivolous use of antibiotics in certain areas of the world. when you, when they have this kind of selective pressure, that means they just have to become more and more resistant in order to survive. so, they will. >> what is your advice to people out there concerned about this or even the next time we're sick and we ask our doctor for a z pack or any other antibiotic. >> i tell you right now, this gene does not necessarily make the bacteria more aggressive or mean or more vicious. the bacteria is the same. it's only when these bacteria that have this gene cause an infection. it basically makes it our ability to treat this infection is a lot more limited than we would like. we can't can treat it. >> we understand those three cases that we talked about, the patients recovered well and we'll keep an ey
suspected of carrying explosives on a flight from canada to pakistan. but the search has turned up nothing so far. the plane was diverted to stoke home where he's being detained. >>> a fourth lawsuit has been filed against a popular atlanta area pastor accused of having sex with young male churchgoers. an attorney denies the allegations. >>> a federal judge has ordered the air force to reinstate a nurse discharged under the don't ask, don't tell policy. it calls margaret witt an exemplary officer. >>> the nation's drug enforcement agency is asking people to drop off their expired and unused prescriptions at more than 4,000 locations today. those are your fast five headlines. >>> a new report in "the washington post" said the risk of small scale attacks by al qaeda and its allies is on the rise. the reports cite senior obama administration officials who say the terrorist network is likely to attempt less sophisticated attacks in the united states. and it is extremely difficult to detect these kinds of threats in the advance. joining me is evan coleman. good morning to you. how worried are y
crowley gets elected president is the day i pack my bags and go to the lodge in canada and never return. monica, i know you're not real deep, but calling a convicted felon who outed a cia agent a class act is outrageous "psycho talk." >>> coming up, a psycho church is stacking up the korans, getting out the matches, and endangering american troops. so i want to know, where are all the right-wing talkers? their silence is unacceptable. i thought they supported the troops. eric byrnes, president of media matters, blasts off on that one coming up on "the battleground." >>> george w. bush says this moment, having a shoe tossed at him, was the weirdest of his presidency. i'll walk you through some of my favorite low lights in the playbook. >>> also, sarah palin, she makes the maverick's daughter cry. >>> and rand paul's opponent is here tonight on "the ed show" ready to rip into rand paul. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. stay with us. ngivitis germs are left behind. a 30-second rinse with listerine® antiseptic cleans deeper. [ bomb! ] its unique penetrating formula destroys germs [
to canada and never return. monica, i know you're not real deep but calling a convicted felon who outed a cia agent a class act is outrageous psycho talk. >>> coming up, a psychochurch is stacking up the korans, getting out the matches and endanger american troops. i want to know, where are all the right wing talkers? their silence is unacceptable. i thought they supported the troops. eric byrnes blasts off on that one coming up in the battleground. >>> george w. bush says this moment, having a shoe tossed at him was the weirdest of his presidency. i'll walk you through some of my favorite low lights in the playbook. we've got sarah palin also. she makes the maverick's daughter cry. and rand paul's opponent is here tonight on "the ed show" ready to rip into rand paul. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. stay with us. [ animals calling ] ♪ [ pop ] [ man ] ♪ well, we get along ♪ yeah, we really do - ♪ and there's nothing wrong - [ bird squawks ] ♪ with what i feel for you ♪ i could hang around till the leaves are brown and the summer's gone ♪ [ announcer ] when you're no
to the table fresh. it's already happening in places like canada, norway and vietnam. when we make food smarter, we make it safer. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. >>> we're back. joining me editor of the "national review" and fox news contributor, rich lowry, e.j. dionne from "the washington post," charlie cook from "the cook political report" and erin burnett. welcome. you heard senator graham say he could support the president with a tax credit for corporation. is this what the business community wants to hear more from the administration? >> they do. that tax credit is very popular. likely to go through. it has a big price tag to it. they like it. they of course want to hear more. some of them along the lines of we can create more jobs if we have more tax breaks for business. it looks like the research credit is something that will be popular and get support on both sides of the aisle for that but that's as far as he'll go. >> big picture, the president maintains in response to the job numbers, we're going in the right direction here. we're part of the
tuesday looking at airline safety. the association represents 54,000 pilots in the u.s. and canada. members met in washington, d.c., to discuss safety screening technologies, pilot training, and security and safety challenges all cargo pilots face. one forum focused on recent cutbacks in pilot training programs. this is just under an hour and a half. >> captain chuck from denver, the united pilot, chairs the training group. chuck will moderate this panel titled training the professional airline pilot today and tomorrow. great pleasure, chuck. >> thank you for that introduction, linda, and thanks to you and captain kay forgiving the human factors training group an opportunity to speak to this very distinguished audience. i may be terribly biased, but i present to you a panel that represents to me some of the brightest minds on the subject of airline pilot training and professional itch. as we all know, in the last 18 months, the tenor in the air necessitated events that truly are out there advocating for a transportation system. safety values of the pilots it represents dictates tha
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